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For those days when you are just craving a juicy tender steak we have a selection of easy steak recipes that will satisfy your desire.
Mastering how to cook a good steak is simple and with a few added touches and you’ll never be short of an impressive dish whether you're cooking a romantic dinner or for friends.
First time buying steak and not sure what cut to go for? Take a look at his handy chart that gives you the lowdown on the what steak to buy with the corresponding taste and texture resulting from the cut, and select depending on the cook and flavour you're going for.
If you’re uncertain on the level of cook take a look at this doneness chart which gives you the visual and temperature tips to nail that perfect medium rare steak. If you don’t have a thermometer handy, don’t worry it’s not essential. Try these tips for how to cook steak perfectly using your hand to test the level of doneness, and remember practice makes perfect and the more experience you have the more expert you will become.
Steak needn't be complicated and with so many easy steak recipes to choose from you're bound to find one that suits you. We have just the selection to choose from below, including steak in a red wine sauce, simple steak with a baked potato, steak in salad and more. What they all have in common is they champion the simplicity of a really good cut of meat. Have a look and see which steak is going to satisfy your steak cravings.
Griddled steaks with a cream and white wine sauce with one simple side. This is the perfect steak supper for when you crave simplicity and good simple cooking.
A beef salad with a difference for when you are looking for the meatiness of a steak with the crunchiness of a lighter salad.
A classic dish of steak served with a baked potato smothered in quark. Satisfying and wholesome.
A satisfying beef salad where poached apples compliment the grilled meat.
This recipe comes from Michelin-starred Chef Davide Scabin, similar to Milanese style steak, the finishing touch is defining signature touch using the 'hearth method' of smoking herbs to add flavour.
An iconic classic hailing from Milan. Veal cutlets are breadcrumbed and fried in butter.
Everyone should have this recipe in their repertoire and chefsteps.com shows us just how to get it right.
Jamie oliver's rib eye steak tossed in a Schezuan spice mix and packed with fresh chilli, ginger and garlic for when you want a spicier twist on a steak.